I kept my word, and came back for brunch recently after a pretty disappointing dinner at Les Halles. Brunch was *much* better than dinner. I had the crabcake eggs benedict which was delicious -...
About this place
Price$30 and under
- Mon: 8am-12am
- Tue: 8am-12am
- Wed: 8am-12am
- Thu: 8am-12am
- Fri: 8am-12am
- Sat: 8am-12am
- Sun: 8am-12am
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3.5 stars.so i've eaten in, i've eaten out. i've ordered delivery, and i have to say, i hate truffle oil. then when you ask them to take it out, their crispy potatoes are...
Came here for my birthday. The food was exactly what I expected it to be. I ordered the escargot and the steak frites. The steak was cooked a little more medium rare than my requested medium,...
I confess that I'm on some type of Anthony Bourdain tour. I am obsessed with food and will always prioritize it. So after reading the OpenTable review, I just had to give this place a try (or...
Les Halles is an institution, but one that's far more approachable than some of the other marquee names like Daniel or French Laundry, and certainly not pricey like those other locations...
Bustling and lively, Brasserie Les Halles is a typical Parisian brasserie serving fresh and simple dishes of France’s everyday cuisine.For centuries, the old market district of Paris, Les Halles, fed people from all walks of life with food stalls, restaurants, brasseries, bistros and cafes, open at all times day and night.